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Kelsey’s record of the tour includes two volumes of daily diaries, a photograph album, loose photographs, eight boxes of lantern slides, a map, and a file of ephemera.
Five loose black and white prints, presented to Sir Harry Wilson by Lieutenant E W Pearson Chinnery F.R.C.S.
The photographs are housed at RCMS 167. Captions are from information supplied by H.B. Thomas and C.R.S. Pitman.
Two photographs inserted in the scrapbook of Sir William Allardyce (held at RCMS 35), photographers unknown. His scrapbooks total thirteen volumes; but these are the only photographs stuck in them. They are in album 6, page 54 and album 2, page 75.
A collection of loosely mounted, uncaptioned prints measuring approximately 185 x 115 mm, showing scenes in the Blue Mountains. Two of the prints are stamped in relief on one corner 'C. Bayliss, Photo. Sydney' and it is reasonable to assume, given the similar subject matter and format, that the other two photographs were also taken by him.
A collection of lantern slides of Australia (plus one duplicate). 5-10 are marked 'Commonwealth of Australia' and have serial numbers. 12-22 are marked 'Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane'. The slides' captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found.
'Genealogies and histories of the Matanitu or tribal governments of Central Vitu Levu (Great Fiji)', 141 pages. The volume contains notes on the genealogies of Fiji's peoples, translated by Brewster from written and oral sources, and a strip of photographs of four generations of the Royal Line of Mbau.
An album containing 39 mounted black and white prints, measuring approximately 195 x 140 mm, and 11 coloured reproductions of scenes in New Zealand. All the photographs are mounted on thin card which has printed on it a caption followed by descriptive notes on the picture. The album contains an advertisement for holidays in New Zealand.
'Henry Selfe Selfe and the origins and early development of Canterbury', a M.A. thesis for the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 298 pages.
An album containing 95 snapshot photographs with handwritten captions beneath, most measuring approximately 105 x 60 mm, and depicting life on a New Zealand sheep station. The album also contains 2 loose uncaptioned prints. Although an amateur family album, the pictures give an interesting and varied record of the sheep farmer's life and work. Huiarua is situated in the east coast district of the North Island between Opotiki and Gisborne.
Tables, articles and other material regarding trees and woods in Ceylon, Fiji and New Zealand, and in general.
158 x 108 mm. A note on the reverse states that the photograph is to accompany an article entitled 'The Kingship Farce,' by F. Dunbar. Photograph probably by A.T. Tattersall (perhaps A.J. Tattersall?).